Frederick, MD – Ipsolon Research is pleased to announce its membership in the Digital Intermediate Frequency Interoperability (DIFI) Consortium. Members of the DIFI Consortium collectively support innovation and the digital transformation of space, satellite, and related network technologies through the development of industry interoperability standards.
“Membership in the DIFI Consortium is important to Ipsolon Research. The open standard for metadata will advance the interchange of digital RF data that is critical to our work,” said Ipsolon Research CEO, John Shanton.
Ipsolon Research embraces environments that advance technology through open sharing of information. As the leader in ultra-small form factor, high-performance software-defined radios, Ipsolon has prioritized partnerships with its clients as a core value of its business.
“Our practice of sharing mechanical design files and 3D modeling with our clients to ensure complete system design is the gold standard of truly advancing science and technology,” Shanton said.
Ipsolon Research specializes in ultra-small form factor high-performance Software Defined Radios. Ipsolon SDRs are suitable for development but designed for deployment in harsh environments. We work collaboratively with business and government organizations to quickly advance communication technology and drive success.